A Mekhela Sador is a traditional attire worn by women in Assam. It is a two-piece ensemble that consists of a Mekhela (skirt) and a Sador (scarf or shawl). This attire is typically worn during traditional Assamese occasions, festivals, and ceremonies.
Mekhela Sadors sets come in a wide range of fabrics, colors, and designs, showcasing the rich cultural heritage and craftsmanship of Assam. They are an essential part of Assamese identity and are deeply rooted in the region's traditions.